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Warlock of Firetop Mountain (Fighting Fantasy) on Steam

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06 Sep 2016 18:00 #233447 by Josh Look
store.steampowered.com/app/324740/

Anyone else see this? $19.99!!! Definitely watching for a sale, but it looks like they did some work not make this purely an interactive fiction game. Reviews are pretty good so far, too.
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06 Sep 2016 22:21 #233468 by JEM
Jeez the book was £2.75

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06 Sep 2016 22:29 #233471 by Sevej
How does it play?

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06 Sep 2016 23:01 #233475 by Mr. White
I actually read this book for the first time last summer.

We were staying at a buddy's place on brooklyn. My son got sick and my friend had this on his bookshelf. I read it aloud to the boy and we adventured through it together.

I really need to get those Lone Wolf books...

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07 Sep 2016 07:09 #233481 by JEM

Sevej wrote: How does it play?


Really well. You can have as many save points as you have fingers to stick between pages.
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07 Sep 2016 07:54 #233485 by hotseatgames
This one looks really cool. I'll get it at some point.

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07 Sep 2016 12:44 #233509 by engineer Al
I vaguely remember the board game from the 1980's. It was a bit disappointing.

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07 Sep 2016 15:26 #233524 by Josh Look
It was a game book originally, Al. Never knew about the board game until now, but yes, it doesn't have a good reputation.

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07 Sep 2016 15:35 #233525 by the_jake_1973
There was also a release on the Nintendo DS. Utter pap.

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07 Sep 2016 20:47 #233542 by gversace

Mr. White wrote: I actually read this book for the first time last summer.

We were staying at a buddy's place on brooklyn. My son got sick and my friend had this on his bookshelf. I read it aloud to the boy and we adventured through it together.

I really need to get those Lone Wolf books...


I got copies of Lone Wolf books on ebay, but there is an electronic version readily available: www.projectaon.org . Also includes information on where to find the books and new stuff coming out.

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